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The title means 358 days through the eyes of two. Now this game takes place during the time that Sora was asleep. In the beginning of KH2 you play through 1 week as Roxas. Since a normal year is 365 days when you subtract the week in the beginning of KH2 you get 358. Now the /2 part is what baffled many. Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Script Brought to you by DJ Firewolf, formerly of KH Impulse and KH Excursion This script is written in the same detailed format as my KH2 script, with some minor changes. On the corresponding days, the entries for Roxas's Diary and certain Secret Reports will be added to bring more coherence to the storyline. Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. Worlds in 358/2 Days. History Talk (0) This category is for worlds that appear in Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. The World That Never Was; Twilight Town; Destiny Islands; Kingdom Hearts (world) Olympus Coliseum; Realm of Darkness.

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Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days Manga

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PublisherYen Press
First publishedNovember 2013 - January 2015 (YP)
Cover date2013 - 2015 (YP)
Adaptation byShiro Amano
ContinuityManga continuity

The Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Daysmanga is the fourth series of the Kingdom Hearts manga. It was based on Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days. The Japanese version was first volume was released in June 2010, followed by four other volumes. The English version was published by Yen Press. The first volume was released in November 2013, with the second volume in January of the following year, and the third in March. The fourth volume was released on October 28, 2014, and the fifth and final volume was released on January 20, 2015.

Plot Summary[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Volume One[edit]

Volume NumberChapter
No.
English title (top)
Japanese title (bottom)
Japanese Publication DateEnglish Publication Date

1
1'The Ice Cream That Started It All'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013


1
2'Friends'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013


1
3'Xion'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013


1
4'I Do Have a Problem'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013


1
5'A Sea of Memories'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013


1
6'Morning Elixir'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013


1
7'Key Bearer Blues'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013

1Extra Chapter'It's New Year's! Organization XIII's (Unauthorized) Winter Break'
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June 22, 2010

November 19, 2013

Volume Two[edit]

Volume NumberChapter
No.
English title (top)
Japanese title (bottom)
Japanese Publication DateEnglish Publication Date

2
8'Best Friends..?'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
9'The Clueless One Brings Trouble'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
10'The Xion Supremacy'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
11'Sweet Heart'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
12'Impostor on the Loose'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
13'Watchdog'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
14'Summer Vacation'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
15'A Matter of Memory'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014


2
16'Frustration'
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March 22, 2011

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2
17'The Wrong Buttons'
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March 22, 2011

January 21, 2014

Volume Three[edit]

Volume NumberChapter
No.
English title (top)
Japanese title (bottom)
Japanese Publication DateEnglish Publication Date

3
18'Broken'
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October 22, 2011

March 25, 2014


3
19'Wonderland Gambler I'
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October 22, 2011

March 25, 2014


3
20'Wonderland Gambler II'
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October 22, 2011

March 25, 2014


3
21'Wonderland Gambler III'
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October 22, 2011

March 25, 2014


3
22'The Truth about Xion'
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October 22, 2011

March 25, 2014


3
23'Distortion'
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October 22, 2011

March 25, 2014


3
24'Never Land Boogie'
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October 22, 2011

March 25, 2014

Volume Four[edit]

Volume NumberChapter
No.
English title (top)
Japanese title (bottom)
Japanese Publication DateEnglish Publication Date

4
25'Never Land Boogie 2'
'???'(???)
April 21, 2012

October 28, 2014


4
26'The Beginning of the End'
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April 21, 2012

October 28, 2014


4
27'The Longest Day'
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April 21, 2012

October 28, 2014


4
28'Searching for You'
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April 21, 2012

October 28, 2014


4
29'Fracture'
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April 21, 2012

October 28, 2014

Volume Five[edit]

Volume NumberChapter
No.
English title (top)
Japanese title (bottom)
Japanese Publication DateEnglish Publication Date

5
30'Waning Power'
'???'(???)
September 22, 2012

January 20, 2015


5
31'The Last Sunset'
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September 22, 2012

January 20, 2015


5
32'Unsaid, Unheard'
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September 22, 2012

January 20, 2015


5
33'Day 356'
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September 22, 2012

January 20, 2015


5
34'Her Path'
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September 22, 2012

January 20, 2015


5
35'The Dream of a Nobody'
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September 22, 2012

January 20, 2015

Gallery[edit]

  • Cover of Volume I of the English release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume II of the English release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume III of the English release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume IV of the English release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume V of the English release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume I of the Japanese release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume II of the Japanese release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume III of the Japanese release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume IV of the Japanese release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

  • Cover of Volume V of the Japanese release of the Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga

Notes and references[edit]

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days manga
Volume 1Volume 2Volume 3Volume 4Volume 5
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
Characters
Party Members
Roxas - Axel - Demyx - Larxene - Lexaeus - Luxord - Marluxia - Saïx - Vexen - Xaldin - Xemnas - Xigbar - Xion - Zexion
Secret Characters
Donald Duck - Goofy - King Mickey - Riku - Sora
Non-playable characters
Abu - Aladdin - Beast - Belle - Captain Hook - Card Soldiers - Carpet - Cave of Wonders Guardian - Cheshire Cat - Cogsworth - Dark Figure - DiZ - Doorknob - Dr. Finkelstein - Genie - Hayner - Hercules - Jack Skellington - Jasmine - Kairi - Lock, Shock, and Barrel - Lumière - Moogle - Mr. Smee - Naminé - Olette - Pence - Pete - Philoctetes - Queen of Hearts - Tinker Bell - White Rabbit - Zero
Locations
Worlds
Agrabah - Beast's Castle - Castle Oblivion - Destiny Islands - Halloween Town - Neverland - Olympus Coliseum - The World That Never Was - Twilight Town - Wonderland
Places
Castle That Never Was - Old Mansion - Simulated Twilight Town
Terms
Heart - Heartless - Keyblade - Kingdom Hearts - Mission Mode - Nobody - Organization XIII - Organization XIII Device - Replica - Replica Program - Roxas's Diary - Sea-salt ice cream - The End
Music
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep & 358/2 Days Original Soundtrack - Sanctuary
Archives
Rings - Artwork - Bosses - Enemies - Keyblades - Other Weapons
Retrieved from 'https://www.khwiki.com/index.php?title=Kingdom_Hearts_358/2_Days_(manga)&oldid=808261'
System: DSReview Rating Legend
Dev: h.a.n.d. Inc.1.0 - 1.9 = Avoid4.0 - 4.4 = Great
Pub: Square Enix2.0 - 2.4 = Poor4.5 - 4.9 = Must Buy
Release: Sep. 29, 20092.5 - 2.9 = Average5.0 = The Best
Players: 1-43.0 - 3.4 = Fair
ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+3.5 - 3.9 = Good

Although Kingdom Hearts II was thought of by fans to be a fair improvement over the original, one of the biggest complaints was the opening gameplay that revolved around the then-unknown character of Roxas. This mysterious character, who only appeared briefly at the end of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, became the focus of the opening gameplay, and he seemed to almost preempt Sora as the game's hero. Needless to say, many followers of the series were miffed by this decision and harbored a certain grudge against the character for this reason. But, love him or hate him, Roxas is back, and this time he has his own game: Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days.

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The story in 358/2 Days takes place in between the events of Kingdom Hearts I and II, and explores the genesis of Roxas' involvement with the nefarious Organization XIII. The game opens with Roxas and Axel sitting on top of a building eating sea-salt ice cream and talking about when Roxas first joined the organization. From there the game flash-rewinds to the day Organization XIII's Xemnas found Roxas, gave him his name, and took him on as the newest member of Organization XIII.

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However, even though the beginning of the game treads a lot of covered ground, the game wastes no time dropping bombshells. In the opening minutes of the game you learn about a mysterious 14th member of the organization that has never before been mentioned in a Kingdom Hearts game. This new member, Xion, has a lot in common with Roxas, and the mystery behind her appearance is intriguing to say the least.

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Although the game features plenty of cameos and single fights from the Kingdom Hearts principal characters, make no mistake, the story really does revolve around Roxas. Though certain events do give insight into some of the plight of other characters in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts II, 358/2 Days forms its own complete storyline and does not leave much to conjecture where Roxas is concerned.

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For this reason, I think some Kingdom Hearts fans may be a little put off by this title. Don't get me wrong, there is plenty to love about the title, but the decision to focus on a character whose fate is already known (and whom fans weren't exactly receptive to in the first place) is just a little weird. However, I would encourage even the most stalwart of Roxas haters to give this game a chance. His character is developed quite a bit, and the information you learn about the events that set Kingdom Hearts II into motion are quite interesting.

Aside from the weird story choices, 358/2 Days does play quite well. The battle system retains most of the action RPG characteristics from its predecessors with a few notable improvements. The game uses the signature active menu system to control the main character, and the DS controls fit quite snuggly within this model. You'll use the X button to cycle through the menu and the A button to engage the current option (be it a standard attack, magic spell, or consumable item). This entry also brings back the ever-popular shortcut system, which allows you to access your most-used items and spells by pressing and holding programmed shortcut buttons.

Although the core controls are very familiar, one thing that has been improved for 358/2 Days is the leveling system. Instead of spending points to improve certain attributes, the game has a panel system that has an increasing number of slots to keep your unlocked abilities and items in. In addition to abilities, the panel system also requires you to keep your levels in the different slots as well. Unlocking new panel slots and gathering items for panel synthesis does require a little bit of grinding (which the Kingdom Hearts series is not exactly known for), but it does make the experience that much more rewarding.

The only part of the panel system that can be a little cumbersome is managing the contents. While it's a breeze to drag and drop 20 items/abilities/levels into the boxes at first, dragging boxes between multiple panels (each with 40 slots) can be annoying later in the game, especially if you are trying to swap out duplicate abilities. Although there is a nice filter on the unused abilities, there is no way to sort through the abilities you already have equipped (which are only labeled by a picture), so finding something specific becomes even more of a chore.

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The story progression can also be somewhat of a task, as 358/2 Days has a fairly rigid mission-based structure. Although other entries in the series have directed you towards certain tasks, this one is more explicit with your objectives, and it also gives you tiered completion levels. Although the mission-based progression can get a little repetitive after several hours of playtime, the handheld format lends itself a little better to the structured mission format, and if you play in small chunks at a time, it shouldn't bother you.